Achill Head Hotelview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 98 43108
Fax: +353 (0) 98 43388
Proprietor: Gillian Patten
Located on one of Ireland's most beautiful islands, the Achill Head Hotel, takes great delight in extending a traditional Irish "Failte" to all its guests. The Shark Head Bar gets its name from the largest ever "Porbeagle Shark" caught in Irish waters.
An Bolg Buíview full listing
Tel: +353(0) 87 791 2177
Proprietor: Liam Naughton
Traditional Pub in Ballina overlooking the famous Moy Ridge Pool. Smoking area and seating outside which lets customers relax and look onto the majestic river. Live Music every Thursday, Friday & Sunday Night. All Sport shown live. All groups catered for and finger food can be arranged.
An TIGH CHADHAIN-Coyne's Bar & Bistróview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 95 33409
Fax: +353 (0) 95 33615
Proprietor: Michael Coyne
Tigh Chadhain, Coyne’s Bar & Bistro is located at Kilkieran in the heart of the Connemara “Gaeltacht” overlooking Kilkerrin Bay. We offer our customers good food, beers and wines, free Wi-Fi, live music, internet radio and HDTV in a relaxed atmosphere. Coyne’s prides itself on its menu being fresh with the food being prepared in a simple manner. We serve breakfasts, lunches, pizzas, wraps, fresh seafood, desserts, etc and not forgetting our delicious Seafood Chowder!
Aran Islands Hotelview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 99 61104
Fax: +353 (0) 99 61225
The hotel has 22 standard en-suite bedrooms, including five magnificent Kingsize bed rooms with balconies and spectacular views of Kileaney Bay and Kilronan Harbour.
All bedrooms are spacious and beautifully appointed and include facilities such as TV, Direct Dial Telephone, ISDN, Trouser Press, Hair-Dryer, Tea / Coffee Making Facilities. The entire hotel is fully accessible for our disabled visitors.
Bar Beoga @ The Menlo Park Hotelview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 91 761122
Fax: +353 (0) 91 761222
Proprietor: John Francis
The comfortable surroundings and friendly staff of BAR BEOGA bar create the perfect atmosphere for a morning espresso, carvery lunch or a delicious meal from the bar food menu. BAR BEOGA was recently refurbished and re-launched June 2011
With live entertainment every Friday & Saturday night, experience the craic in our lively bar.
Busy locals bar in 4 star hotel. Traditional sessions every Friday - Modern music Saturdays and on Sundays Bank holidays. Cafe Bar from 9.30 a.m. - Carvery and snacks from 12 noon - 3 p.m. Full Bar food menu from 3 - 9 p.m. Daily.
Private Bar facilities available. Function rooms.
Special rates for finger food for parties in main bar.
Bolands Barview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 94 9251149
Fax: +353 (0) 94 9251149
Proprietor: Seamus Boland
A family run country pub situated in a small rural town in the West of Ireland. Customers can enjoy a good pint in a relaxed, warm, comfortable enviroment. Come savour the atmosphere of a turf fire, good craic and tales of fish catches.
Bosh Bar & Restaurantview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 94 9250534
Fax: +353 (0) 94 9026675
Proprietor: Michael McDonnell
Award winning Bosh Bar & Restaurant is a modern bar & restaurant with a cosy warm ambiance. It boasts friendly staff and excellent customer service. Food is served daily from 12pm and offers daily specials along with its extensive food menu. We cater for private functions and parties, and also offer finger food or platters.
At evenings and weekends we offer live music with our Resident DJ every Saturday night also.
We are also a live sporting venue, with all major sporting events covered.
* Voted Overall Winner in the Pub Category of the Best of Mayo Awards in September 2012*
Breathnach'sview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 91 552 818
Proprietor: Dermot & Lin Walsh
Welcome to Breathnachs bar restaurant in Oughterard, County Galway, in the west of Ireland. Breathnachs is a lovely country pub that serves great food.
Busker Brownes & Kirby's Restaurantview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 91 563377
Proprietor: Terry Sweeney
Busker Browne’s & Kirby’s Restaurant is located on Cross Street in the heart of Galway’s Latin Quarter. It is housed in an historic building tracing its origins back to 1615. Over the years it has served as a meeting place for the Tribes of Galway, a Convent and a barracks.